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The box comes to 12m/s.
Slopes have the same friction of the road but in slopes the Potential energy changes into Kinetic Energy which causes movement..
The road through the tires of the car. It is caused by the new bias of the tires allowing the car to proceed only in the assigned direction.
Watch out for that speed bump! Just after the fork in the road, there is a rather large bump in the road.
A bump is a lump like, for example, a bump on your skin or a bump in a road.
It is more than likely that you need a new strut
A setback can be referred to as a bump in the road or some obstacles that causes you to regress. A drawback is a con or a disadvantage.
a similar question earlier indicated that it may be a suspension problem and should be checked immediately.
Most likely, this is a motor mount problem which can be costly but shouldn't be if you have a trustworthy mechanic.
Tie rod might need replacement.
Worn out ball joints, struts, lower control arm bushings, tie-rod ends, sway bar bushings, sway bar links, etc. Any one or more of these could do that. Sounds dangerous. Have the front end checked asap.
one possible cause is struts can be weak causing tire to hop up and down when hitting a bump in the road!! And also tire could be out of balance.
The Maybelline Girls - 2010 A Bump in the Road 1-5 was released on: USA: 24 September 2010
It means the road surface is uneven - and may cause damage to suspension.
i believe it's called a bump